|Blue Whistling-thrush Myophonus caeruleus|
|It is found in broad-leaved
and deciduous forest often in gorges and ravines and nearly
always near water. It was fairly common in Bhutan but I found it
very difficult to photograph as it was very flighty and it was
most conspicuous in bad light at dawn and dusk.
It is blackish-blue with glistening blue spangles and a bright yellow bill.
There is a recording on xeno-canto and additional information on Avibase .
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